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Optimizing-React-ES6-Webpack-Production-Build

Optimizing React + ES6 + Webpack Production Build

Writing a web application in React using the ES6 awesomeness and spiced up with Webpack has got to be very close to the perfect project for any web developer. This stack has been all the buzz lately, but it comes with a caveat – the built output is gigantic!

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Code

How to Mock Up Data with Angular and JSON

You’ve probably realized trying to learn Angular while also learning to write an API and a database can be quite a headache. So, how do we get working data without taking the focus away from learning Angular?

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Ionic

Ionic.io: Push and Analytics That Don’t Suck

The Ionic framework is a fantastic way to create hybrid mobile apps using Angular. Let’s take a look at Ionic.io, a service platform for push notifications and analytics that integrates well with Ionic framework.

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Cordova 5 & iOS 9 Security Policy Changes

Cordova 5 & iOS 9 Security Policy Changes

Modus recommends Cordova 5 as it contains improvements to developer workflow, bug fixes, performance enhancements and new functionality.

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Hands On With Polymer 1.0

Hands On With Polymer 1.0

Overview On May 29, 2015, the polymer team announced the release of Polymer 1.0.  Since the release of Polymer 0.5 developer preview, the team has rewritten the library from the ground up, with increased performance and better functionality as results. Polymer is one of the first implementations of a user interface library built upon the…

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The State of HTML5 Gaming

The State of HTML5 Gaming

Browser based Games Not that long ago, the idea of playing video games in your browser seemed like fantasy. Oh sure, we’ve had simple DOM card/board games and some Flash based games for quite a while (Elf Bowling anyone?) but nothing good built solely on HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Why not? Well, for one major…

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Top 5 ES.next Features

Top 5 ES.next Features

JavaScript and ECMAScript are not the same thing. JavaScript was developed by Netscape for its browser and ECMAScript is a language based upon JavaScript. In order to assure that JavaScript written for one company’s browser would work in all companies’ browsers, the international ECMA organization was chosen to develop and maintain standards for the language….

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